Romanesque Church in the historic center of Florence
Historic Church built in the 11th Century, located in the heart of Florence
Built closer to the 11th Century, this stunning Church is located in one of the most beautiful area of the city, just close to the River Arno and the Ponte Vecchio.
It is one of the oldest churches in Florence and is one of the few in the city to have maintained its High Middle Age features. The simple façade, in Romanesque style, has a portal attributed to Benedetto da Rovezzano.
The interior, with its chapels and semi-circular apse above the altar, is said to have inspired Brunelleschi while creating his model for San Lorenzo and Santo Spirito.
A small bell tower was added by Baccio d?Agnolo in the 16thCentury.
The decorated wooden ceiling was added in 1333.
For its architecture and history the Church is one of the most sublime churches for your Catholic Ceremony!